A pair of green anoles, Anolis carolinensis, mating on the fence outside of my home.
In 2013, Sean and Morgan offered to host a Friends-Giving dinner at their home in Savannah. The following year, I travelled to Merida, Mexico where two other friends, Ryan and Camilla, invited friends to enjoy a week in their new home and a lobster-based Thanksgiving dinner. Today, we’re enjoying another gracious dinner in Buena Vista, Colorado, hosted by Libby and Casey.
I wish to share some photographs from the 2013 friends-giving event, and I’m thankful that I’ve met and can share company with these friends, who now live throughout the US (and Mexico…). Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
Whatever Libby was doing, Steve was not into it.
Eva looking for some food
The winner of the Booze Club: Gin meeting—Uncle Tom’s
Step one, unclog the sink
A common house plant, this asparagus fern (actually an angiosperm, not a fern – Asparagus setaceus) is near Pulaski Square.
Anolis carolinensis at the greenhouse.
Digitalis sp. cultivar at a fountain.
Southern Toad, Anaxyrus terrestris, tadpoles foraging among the leaf litter.
Hyla cincerea hiding between bracts of bromeliads in the greenhouse.
Some underwater photographs of some guppies in a pond at the Armstrong greenhouse.
Some flowers on Armstrong’s campus and in the greenhouse.
A student collects a leaf litter from Spartina alterniflora and Juncus roemerianus at the end of an experiment we performed during a Coastal Ecology course in 2013.